As the deer pants for streams of water so, too, do the people in the inner city of Lima thirst for God. Amid the rushing traffic and whirl of pedestrians, there lies a forgotten people. People on the fringes. People who are ignored, pushed aside, or left to make their own way in this world. There is devastating poverty and streets teeming with people without hope.
Stetzer asks the question, “Should the definition of "salvation" be expanded beyond personal redemption of sins to include social justice through the reformation of economic and political institutions?” This question is quite relevant in our current missional culture. Is the primary purpose and mission of Christians to “fix” society, culture, and politics in addition to… Continue reading Does salvation include social justice?